Baldwin helped the Crimson to a 2013 Ivy League title in her second season as assistant coach at Harvard. (Photo: Gil Talbot)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Former Harvard women's soccer assistant coach Kerry O'Malley Baldwin has been announced as Brandeis University's associate head coach, the school announced recently. Baldwin, who spent two seasons on the Crimson's sideline, returns to Waltham for her second tour with the Judges.
"We are very happy for Kerry and this new opportunity," head coach Ray Leone said. "We're very thankful for the dedication and positive influence she demonstrated to our entire team during her tenure with the Crimson. Kerry is an exceptional coach and person, and I know she will bring the same level of commitment to Brandeis that she gave to Harvard women's soccer."
With Baldwin on the sidelines, the Crimson went on an historic run in 2013, capturing the Ivy League title with a perfect 7-0 record against Ancient Eight foes. She helped to coach a cast of seven Harvard student athletes to earn All-Ivy honors, including Margaret "Midge" Purce, who was named the Ivy League Rookie and Player of the Year.